Community Development District
Serving the Southwood Community
Leon County, Florida
The Board of Supervisors will consider candidates for appointment to fill one Board vacancy (Seat 5) for the term expiring November 2026. Persons interested in being considered to fill the vacancy should submit via email a written résumé to the CDD Recording Secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than October 1, 2023. Candidates must be registered voters and residents of Capital Region CDD. The Board of Supervisors will review résumés and may make a selection decision by majority vote at the CDD meeting to be held at on October 12, 2023 @ 6:30 p.m. Candidates are encouraged to attend the meeting to briefly address the Board and be available (if selected) to be sworn in and participate in the remainder of the meeting.
Community Development Districts are governmental entities and supervisors are public officials subject to Florida Sunshine Amendment and Code of Ethics. Within 30 days of appointment, the new supervisor will be required to file a Statement of Financial Disclosure (Form 1) with the Leon County Supervisor of Elections. To view the form, visit http://www.ethics.state.fl.us/ (the form is required after appointment, not as part of the application process). For more information regarding the duties and responsibilities of the Board of Supervisors, please consult Chapter 190, Florida Statutes
The Capital Region Community Development District (CDD) serves Southwood by operating and maintaining public spaces and making community-wide improvements. The CDD is a local special purpose government entity authorized by Florida Statutes, Ch. 190.
Improvements that have been financed and constructed by the CDD include roadways, stormwater management facilities, open spaces and recreational areas – with the exceptions of the pool and golf course. The CDD owns and continues to maintain the community’s alleyways, and stormwater management facilities, as well as the open spaces and recreational areas. While the CDD built many of the roadways in Southwood, most are now owned and maintained by the City of Tallahassee.District Information District Documents
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